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The Career Exploration Centre is a unique, experiential, learner-centered facility for youth in grades 9 and 10.
This is the place for students to get hands-on experience and make well informed career decisions based on real-world applications.

It’s what SAIT does best.


Teachers and Community Group Leaders

The SAITCity program is available for booking by teachers and community group leaders.

The program is designed to help students (Grades 9 and 10) and youth (ages 14 to 17) make informed choices about their learning and career pathways in high school and beyond.

A visit to SAITCity is an opportunity to experience the career exploration process. Through a series of hands-on career missions, participants increase their career awareness, develop an understanding of applied learning, and learn how to identify and assess how well a career connects with their current interests and preferences.

The CEC is excited to support you, your students and the youth you serve.

SAITCity for teachers and schools

SAITCity for community group leaders


Here's what some of our participants have had to say...

“I learned I really enjoy software development and it might be the career I choose in the near future :-)” – Student participant

“A dynamite day from the presentation, to the activities and the wonderful facilitators…The kids were focused and completely engaged and motivated beyond belief.” – Teacher’s comment

“The most interesting thing that I learned today was that a marketing manager career really interests me. I love SAIT's hands-on way of learning.” – Student participant

“We did reflections and combined them with our career studies unit. It was a perfect fit and has really helped many of our students begin exploring potential career options for themselves.” – Teacher’s comment



As a hands-on, experiential program, the Career Exploration Centre will enhance understanding of careers, the career exploration process, and applied education.


Application deadline

July 30, 2018 for September 15 to October 5, 2018 sessions

September 14, 2018 for October 8 to June 15, 2019 sessions